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October 6, 2011 at 6:17 AM

Dominic Artis decommits from UCLA, may consider UW

For the moment, UCLA lost four-star prospect Dominic Artis, who decommited Wednesday and decided to re-open the recruiting process.
According to Coast 2 Coast Recruiting, Artis is considering Washington among a handful of west coast schools. Others on the list include: California, Oregon and UCLA.
The 5 foot 11, 165-pound guard from Richmond, Calif. is attending school at Findlay College Prep in Las Vegas. He committed to UCLA in July, but the Bruins have since received a verbal commitment from 6-8 point guard Kyle Anderson, a five-star prospect.
The Huskies have four point guards (Abdul Gaddy, Tony Wroten Jr., Hikeem Stewart and Andrew Andrews) on the roster, which makes them an unlikely destination for Artis.

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